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Inglewood Classic 5K & 1 Mile Fun Run
April 22 @ 7:00 am - 5:00 pm
We invite you to be part of something bigger than yourself! By participating, you are joining hundreds and thousands of others who have the same goal of helping people – and that just feels good! Run for a cause on April 22nd at Inglewood Farm for the “Inglewood Classic 5K and 1 Mile Fun Run.” Enjoy a run around historic Inglewood Plantation, with all the proceeds benefiting the Good Food Project. Afterward, make plans to stay for a full farmer’s market, live music, horse rides, and Inglewood’s Annual Spring Open Fire Pig Roast! Register today at RunSignUp.com for the Inglewood Classic 5K. Lace up your shoes and run for a cause!
We invite you to join us at Good Food Project for sustainable gardening and nutrition information!
For information about partnering with the Good Food Project, or for other GFP program opportunities, contact the Good Food Project staff at 318.445.2773 or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org, or email@example.com, and on the web: www.goodfoodprojectcenla.org
Recipe of the Month
Oatmeal Energy Bites – Carrot Cake Version
Yummy no-bake energy bites made of old-fashioned whole oats
2 1/4 Cups Old-Fashioned oats
2 Cups finely shredded carrots
2 Teaspoons ground cinnamon
1 Cup finely chopped dates
2/3 Cup finely chopped almonds
2/3 Cup coconut flakes
Stir together the first five ingredients (oats, carrots, cinnamon, dates, and almonds). Add water, one tablespoon at a time as needed to shape the bites. Form the dough into 24 heaping tablespoon-sized balls. Roll lightly in coconut flakes. Refrigerated at least an hour before eating. Leftovers should be stored in the refrigerator.
Did you know?
- Whole oats help lower cholesterol
- Whole oats are rich in soluble fiber
- Whole oats help prevent arteries from hardening
- Whole oats help blood sugar levels stay stabilized so you won’t have that mid-morning slump